Copy/Paste Styles from one class to another

At this point the only way to copy a style from one element and paste it on another element is to click on the element and then click on the Add Class Selector and type in the name of the class. I think it would be a lot easier to simply have a short cut to copy a Class Selector and paste it on an element with shortcuts like these:

Shift + Alt + C for copy style of element

Shift + Alt + V for paste that style on another element

  • Nathaniel Perales
  • Feb 1 2017
  • René de Haas commented
    5 May 12:38pm

    Any updates? Would be nice to copy class to tag as well

  • Jamaka commented
    11 Apr 09:14pm

    I'm 5ive years late, but still seems this is an issue, or i'm missing something?

  • ImmediPay commented
    13 Sep, 2021 06:31am

    I would love to be able to copy full section attributes and assign to sections on other pages, especially if you make the TERRIBLE mistake of not using the 'starred' Desktop breakpoint that controls all the other styles by default.

  • Joanne Santos commented
    25 Mar, 2020 08:09am

    Class additions and subtracts is something i heavenly used in my react projects 8 ball pool, it would be on the of best things to hit webflow.

  • Ryan Chatterton commented
    19 Dec, 2019 03:59pm

    This would save me from annoyingly clicking on an element and typing the name between a bunch of elements.

  • Vesper Sinclair commented
    1 Oct, 2019 11:52pm

    A must-have feature!

  • Production Within commented
    16 Sep, 2019 04:43pm

    Bringing this back! I'd love to be able to copy an effect like box shadow from one element to another. This would save me soo much time, especially with clients who like to change things across the entire website. 

  • Philippe Côté commented
    13 May, 2019 01:43pm

    Agreed! This would help a whole lot! Sometimes, we have similar classes but they belong to totally different contexts. Copy/pasting between those classes would be helpful.

    Another example (that happened to me a few times) is to style one class, only to discover later this styling should belong to another class instead. There is no other way than to start over manually. Copy/Pasting would solve this problem.

    Rule #4 here (User control and freedom or Permit easy reversal of actions):

  • Troy Robinson commented
    26 Apr, 2019 02:25pm

    This is a game changer for workflow efficiency.

  • Tyler Beaty commented
    3 Oct, 2018 08:29pm

    please please please do this for gradients!

  • Justin Maxwell commented
    3 Aug, 2018 09:24pm

    Figma user as well. 99% of the issues posted here are low hanging fruit, and then they archive them. It's really frustrating.

  • Marcus Shields commented
    10 Jul, 2018 01:11am

    Just came to Webflow from Figma. This is low hanging fruit here.

  • Jan Letocha commented
    24 Apr, 2018 10:22am

    This is such a simple thing but it would be so useful. Together with the ability to select multiple objects at the same time.

  • Ibok Ibokulus commented
    23 Jun, 2017 07:35pm

    Come on! This needs to happen!

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